The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 08, 1983, Image 3

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local Battalion/Page 3 February 8, 1983 RHA conference planned by Dayna Boren Battalion Reporter Resident Hall Association de legates from 18 Southern uni versities will converge on the Texas A&M campus Feb. 17 for the 10th Annual Residence Hall Association Conference. The conference will include approximately 250 to 300 stu dents from the University of Houston, North Texas State University, the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University and Texas A&M. While at the conference, de legates will discuss RHA prog rams and exchange ideas for fu ture programs and leadership in dormitories, Tracy Moy, RHA conference chairperson, said. Delegates also will discuss programs that their respective universities sponsor. At Texas A&M, she said, RHA sponsors five major events a year includ ing Casino Night, Almost Any thing Goes and several com munity projects. Some of the programs that all the associations are involved with are regulation of dorm visi tation hours, setting activity fees, representing on-campus students in important campus meetings, and improving rela tions among the students who live in dormitories. “I hope that after the confer ence is over, they will have learned how to better them selves as leaders and how to bet ter their RHA programs,” Moy said. Another objective of the con ference, she said, is to promote better relationships among the represented schools. “Since this is the tenth anniversary, I hope that the con ference is one of the best ever...especially since it is at A&M,” she said. “A lot of dele gates were attracted to the con ference this year primarily be cause it is at A&M, and students from other schools want to see what the University is all about.” Several past conference presi dents and board members are expected to attend the confer ence to mark its anniversary. Texas A&M was chosen as the site for this year’s conference ability of the campus to accom- because of the conference facili- modate several hundred dele- ties at Rudder Tower and the gates, Moy said. DIETING? staff photo by Octavio Garcia ratory. The Texas A&M laboratory tests robots in simulated production situa tions. who inorgau rogaton jm by md inst em store robbed; two females wanted ave bail I ijualdj uarterdPIOn Jan. 22, two Hispanic Umales entered a local jewelry itore and asked to see a pair of liamond stud earrings. While he clerk showed the earrings to |ne of the women, the other soman removed a five-carat Jiamond from the showcase. One of the women was de- fcribed as being in her mid-40s, 5-feet-10-inches tall, slender, sith short salt-and-pepper col ored hair. She was wearing a hree-quarter length Indian- stvle coat. j The other woman w as in her ate 20s, 5-feet-5-inches tall. 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